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Francis Marion Gillum
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Birth: 1828
Carroll County
Arkansas, USA
Death: Sep., 1863
Carroll County
Arkansas, USA

Francis M. Gillum, born about 1828, where is unknown, 1850 census of Carroll Co, AR shows his state of birth as AR, his son's Marion, George, & Jasper Gillum,show in 1900 their father's state of birth as both TN & KY?

Francis married Elizabeth Jones,[c1826,KY - 1909, OK] about Jan 1854 and they had 5 children before Francis was shot & killed in 1863 by a "bushwhacker" per family tradition. In 1850 there was an older woman living in his household that James, Marion & George's families believe to have been Francis' mother, but she may have been Elizabeth's mother and had remarried?
Elizabeth (Jones)Gillum-Fulton is buried near Marion & Missouri in the Elmgrove Cemetery in Mayes Co, OK.

Children of Francis & Elizabeth (Jones) Gillum:
1) James Casmer Gillum, 1854-1888, in C.C. AR
2) John Monroe Gillum, 1855-bef.1860, C.C. AR
3) Marion Francis Gillum, 1857-1921 moved to OK
4) George W. Gillum, 1859-1936, moved to OK
5) Jasper Newton Gillum, 1863-1929, moved to OK then to Idaho, where he died.
Marion who was my husband's grandfather, married Missouri A. Ferguson, [1859-1922], 16 Sep 1883, in Carroll Co, AR d/o James & Zerelda (Matlock)Gardenhire Ferguson of C.C. AR.
Francis may not be buried in this cemetery but the Gillum family believes he was? Dwc

Family links: 
  Elizabeth Jones Gillum-Fulton (1830 - 1901)
  John M. Gillum (1855 - ____)*
  Marion Francis Gillum (1857 - 1921)*
*Calculated relationship
Grandview Cemetery
Carroll County
Arkansas, USA
Created by: SuzyQ
Record added: Nov 08, 2009
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Francis Marion Gillum
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Remembering and Honoring a True Southern Hero. A Confederate Soldier who Bravely and Proudly Fought for Southern Independence During the War of Northern Aggression. Deo Vindice.
- Tony Smith SCV Camp 38, North Charleston S.C.
 Added: May. 10, 2015
F M Gillum signed an Oath of Allegiance to the United States on 24 Sep 1864 in Carrol Co., Arkansas.
 Added: Dec. 17, 2014

- Mary
 Added: Dec. 10, 2009
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